Simon Macklen, director of economics at Marrons Planning, which is part of Ampa, will be attending this year’s Anthropy. Here, he discusses the role of socio-economics and planning in fixing the housing crisis.
Planning and design consultancy Marrons, which is part of Ampa, has been registered as a Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Chartered Practice, reflecting its commitment to delivering the highest quality professional services, ethical and best practice standards in architecture.
Organisations with certified B Corp status are legally required to consider the impact of business decisions on their people, customers, suppliers, communities, and the environment; ensuring a balance between purpose, people, and profit. The benchmarks in order to achieve achttps://ampa.co.uk/wp-admin/upload.phpcreditation are incredibly high and Ampa, the group that includes Shakespeare Martineau, Lime Solicitors, and Marrons, will be one of the first UK legal service providers to be accredited.